London Street Guides: Notting Hill

By Nina Koo Seen-Lin Ah, Notting Hill. That part of West London famed for its carnival, Portobello Market, the shopping centre, and Hugh Grant’s blue front door (which is now black by the way, if you’re planning to look for it)....

London Street Guides: Shoreditch

By Sophie Marie Atkinson Shoreditch is to London what the Meatpacking district is to New York: gritty, urban but tres, tres cool. A large number of the city’s media companies are based in Shoreditch, as is a branch of London College...

Hot, Hot, Hot: London Summer Festival Guide 2012

Summer in London makes me feel all warm and gooey inside – well, at least when the sun decides to make a guest appearance. Picnics in the park, jugs of Pimms, London beer gardens, Wimbledon and… festivals! Notting Hill Carnival,...

Queen’s Jubilee Events in London

If you haven’t got a golden ticket to the Queen’s Jubilee Party at Buckingham Palace there are plenty more Diamond Jubilee events in London. Round your mates up, don your best queen-like outfit, and head over to one of the following...

Spoil her Rotten! Ideas for Mother’s Day in London

Mother’s Day, Sunday 18th March 2012 It’s that time of year when you really want to show your lovely mum how wonderful you think she is. For some cheap Mother’s Day ideas that still pack a punch, we’ve selected a few of...

Ministry of Sound: Free Entry

Get yourself down to Gigalum on a Friday before 9pm and you’ll be given a ticket for free entry to Ministry of Sound that night! Ministry of Sound – free entry Arrive before 9pm and put your name down at...

Help! I Need Some Cheap London Accommodation

Booking accommodation in London can be overwhelming. At HostelBookers we have around 100 cheap London hotels starting at €14.40pppn and 100 hostels starting at just €8.39pppn too, so although that means you’re sure to find some accommodation to suit, it also means...